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Table 3 Species in which sl-CSD is shown to be absent

From: Single locus complementary sex determination in Hymenoptera: an "unintelligent" design?

Species Reference
Sub-order Apocrita Infra-order Parasitica  
   Family Cynipidae  
Diplolepis rosae 1 [99]
Diplolepis spinosissimae [98]
   Family Figitidae  
Leptopilina boulardi [169]
Leptopilina heterotoma [170]
   Family Chalcididea  
Dinarmus vagabundus [171]
Melittobia chalybii [172]
Melittobia spp. [35]
Muscidifurax raptor [98,173,174]
Muscidifurax zaraptor [174]
Nasonia vitripennis 1 [108]
Trichogramma spp. [89]
   Family Braconidae  
Asobara tabida [36]
Alysia manducator [36]
Cotesia flavipes [37]
Cotesia sesamiae [37]
Heterospilus prosopidis [38]
   Family Scelionidae  
Telonomus fariae [175]
Sub-order Apocrita infra-order Aculeata  
   Family Bethylidae  
Goniozus nephanditis [33]
  1. 1 For Nasonia vitripennis [40] and Diplolepis rosae [99] uniparental diploid males have been found that apparently arose by mutation